About: Chicago Lakeshore Hospital
Since its 1964 debut, Chicago Lakeshore Hospital has become a renowned behavioral health center of excellence in the northern Illinois region, providing quality patient care and treatment in behavioral therapy and addiction recovery. Offering both outpatient and inpatient care, the 147-bed hospital administers specialty services tailored to children, adolescents, adults, and seniors. Chicago Lakeshore Hospital offers an array of psychiatric services, including family, individual, and activity therapy programs. Chicago Lakeshore Hospital also offers a vast spectrum of treatments in mental and social health as well as educational and developmental issues. Chicago Lakeshore Hospital cares for individuals recovering from neglect, abuse, and other cases of personal trauma. Chicago Lakeshore Hospital also offers treatments for eating disorders, alcohol and drug dependency, and other assorted behavioral and mental health concerns.
Another specialty division of Chicago Lakeshore Hospital is the Valeo Program, which was created specifically to serve the lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, and questioning community. This program provides many of the same treatments offered by the main hospital, but it also caters to gender-identity issues and HIV/AIDS diagnosis. A repeatedly high-ranked behavioral health hospital, Chicago Lakeshore Hospital continues to receive excellent reviews from former Valeo patients.
Chicago Lakeshore Hospital holds academic affiliations with the University of Chicago and the University of Illinois at Chicago, specifically working with those schools’ Departments of Psychiatry.